|The Emperor's encampment at Austerlitz after a drawing made on the scene the morning of the battle|
|Battle of Austerlitz: The Emperor gives his orders to the Marshals|
|General Rapp brings the Emperor news of the victory at Austerlitz|
The above engravings are from Abel Hugo, France militaire. Histoire des armées françaises de terre et mer de 1792 à 1837, 5 vols. (Paris: Delloye, 1838)
One has to pause to remind oneself of the terrible damage that such large but low-velocity projectiles did, especially in the absence of modern medicine and sanitation.
Casualties amounted to one eighth of the French forces and one third of the Austro-Russian.